From the Lake Gas Indian Food Festival

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Missie Popular 0 Comments

 Food is an integral part of the Indian culture and Indian subcontinent. Thanks to the multitude of its flavors and aroma, its popularity is quickly increasing, and with it the number of new Indian restaurants. And so a new project is born – the Indian Food Festival.



The First Lake Gas Indian Food Festival was held on Sunday 23rd February at Indian Culture Centre from between 10am to 10pm. The guest of honor of this amazing food festival was the Mayor of Kinondoni municipality His worship, Hon. Yusuf Mwenda and the Indian high commissioner to Tanzania His Excellency, Debnath Shaw.

 



The Lake Gas Indian Food Festival was aimed at promoting the tantalizing taste to the general Tanzanian Population. The variety ranged from array of kebabs, Tikkas, dossa, street food to various types of Biriani. Apart from the savory dishes, there shall be farsans, mithais, jalebi and all the sweet Indian delicacies

A lot of people showed up at Indian Culture Centre to celebrate with their families and friends during Lake Gas Indian Food Festival whereby the total number of person in attendance was 1402 including adults and children. There were different activities to keep the children occupied such as jumping castle, paintball shooting, face painting and Azam Chaki Fresh Atta Chapati making competition for the children less than 14 years of age.

 There were a total of 11 vendors and 20 chefs at the Food Festival. The successes of the First Lake Gas Indian Food Festival has culminated in the festival being held three times a year with the next scheduled for Sunday 22 June 2014

 

The Lake Gas Indian Food Festival gives you the unique opportunity to try delicious Indian dishes from various Indian Restaurant and Caterers, enjoy a special menu, compare dishes and discover new flavors

Lake Gas Indian food festival was proudly sponsored by Lake Gas Ltd, Indian Culture centre, The Peoples Bank of Zanzibar, Azam Chaki fresh Atta, Queens Jewellers, The quick print shop, ultimate security, century cinemax, prime advertising, Eventlites, Michuzi blog, Missie Popular Blog and 361 degrees

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Missie Popular

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